« on: January 07, 2014, 11:36:58 AM »
Btw: Canon still has no competitor to the D800E. The 1D line is twice the price of the D800. Maybe Canon will be able meet our wishes in 2014 (high MP Cam @ moederate costs, 7DII,...)
BTW: Nikon still has no competitor to the 5DIII. The D4 line is twice the price of the 5DIII. Maybe Nikon will be able to meet its customers wishes in 2014 (high ISO, Low-Noise Camera at fair price, D400...)
The point is, just because Nikon offers slightly different specs, it doesn't make it better. I much prefer what Canon did with the 5DIII to what Nikon did with the D800 and judging by the comparative sales figures, it seems like the market agrees.
As for this new Nikon, I'm trying to figure out what's so different. Meet the new Nikon, same as the old Nikon? And, if high megapixels are so wonderful, why doesn't Nikon put a high megapixel sensor in its flagship?
Sorry, I meant that Canon has no big MP Camera and some friends of mine, working for an big Canon supplying company, told me, that Canon will release an big MP Cam - but in the price-region of the 1DX.
Some Nikonians say, that Nikon is developing an gamechanging high-end model... Maybe this is true. Maybe not. We will know in some years.
Fact is, that every company found its niche, where an special Camera-model is better then the competitors.